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Oct 12, 2012 5:30pm EDT
. >> brawn brian kuebler is here with more on how the baltimore blast are looking to score a goal against bullying. >> reporter: giving daniel the hop nor of throwing out the first pitch sunday night, spoke up against bullying, each louder than this stadium sounded, over the first two games. now, just a week later, the baltimore blast is blocking the lean with its own nod to the shooting victim. >> it hit home. it's in our backyard right now. er we got the stop and be able to put our arms around kids, that are getting picked on and say everything is going to be later. >> reporter: which is why the blast is putting on a clinic in white marsh. in honor of daniel. they are calling it a soccer festival. blast players will be there signing autographs, playing mini games with daniel's youth team and plenty of activities through soccer fans and families. it's free to attend, but is meant to raise money for daniel's family, now saddled with the hospital bills from the damage that shotgun caused on the first day of school. >> we feel great about it. every penny of tomorrow's events will go to dan
ABC
Oct 8, 2012 6:03pm EDT
will run into. >> you never know. brian kuebler is outside the ballpark where he left someone with a little bit of inside knowledge. >> before we get to that i want to show you the gates just opened up at camden yards. there was a line around the corner on camden street. people just starting to file in for game time. we were down here at the yard working on the story for tonight, earlier today. not knowing what our angle would be and then we stumbled on one. last night's loss was a tough one, especially after a well played game. as a farntion i can tell you to was -- fan, i can tell you it was hard. the late game loss did temper that excitement. some feel the horal would be fine. today we ran into jim thome's family. his dad chuck said his son is very excited to be here for this turnaround season and think the o's are in a good spot. >> love showalter and all the guys. they got something good going. >> what do you think about tonight? eye think we will be -- >> i think we will be 1-1. >> what cluck really want -- chuck really wants is to hit the warehouse on a fly. that's only been done onc
ABC
Oct 2, 2012 5:00pm EDT
, two sexually assaulted. police think it may be the same suspect. abc2 news investigator brian kuebler joins us with how this happened. >> reporter: police say they have arrested the two suspects in the case and are looking to pin two sexual assaults on them but fear it could be more. the first two cases started here at the corner of engle side and edmundson in catonsville. two teenagers, one in late september and the other yesterday, abducted from this bus stop, held at gun point and sexually assaulted. >> it's scary you can't stand on a street corner and get a bus. >> reporter: linda manages the limelight inn across the street from where the two suspects snatched their victims. she keep has close eye on the area and remembers seeing a suspicious car. >> we see a lot of students standing on the corner as well as nurses. >> reporter: it's a bus transfer. >> yes. >> reporter: which may have been the abductor's mo. another abduction near another mta bus stop. police said a woman and man were abducted at gun point. they were able to flee near greenspring but the woman was robbed, then rel
ABC
Oct 15, 2012 5:00pm EDT
officers accused of assaulting a student finally got underway today. brian kuebler has the case more than two years in the making. >> reporter: it would have been a case of e said she said if not for the infamous video. in the video, which was already shown to jurors several times in court today john mckenna can be seen skipping down the sidewalk. prosecutors argue mckenna was hit by two officers who abused their power. defense attorneys for officers reginald bake are and gamed harrison said the two hit mckenna because he disobeyed orders and charged at them. it took more than a year for the police officers to be indicted. experts say they do expect a verdict this week. mckenna is expected to take the stand during the trial to talk about what happened to him that night. brian kuebler, abc2 news. >> all right. the controversial hpv vaccine may have gotten less controversial. >> what may have parents sending their kids receipt away for the vaccination. >>> and we're thinking pink at abc2. call now 410-481-2222. it's heavy lifting. you start with a democratic senator named ben. by getting bw
ABC
Oct 26, 2012 5:00pm EDT
and downtown. >> they are prepping. brian kuebler is live in fells point where they are starting to fill the sand bags. >> reporter: we know one of the most vulnerable parts of the city during storms is right here in fells point. it's why the city dutched a pile of sand at the pier for residents and businesses to get sandbags. workers are giving away six bags peperson and checking ids to keep track of that. it will go on until 9:00 and do so until 9:00 tomorrow night. they want folks to be ready because this storm could have a quote isabelle-type storm surge. a possibility many business open rs down here are well aware -- owners down here are well aware of. >> we have the tv channels and looking at the models. it doesn't look good. >> what goes through your mind? >> a lot of prayers. >> reporter: now, in an hour, the city will open two more locations like this one, is sand distribution locations, one a few blocks away. one on the other side of the harbor in federal hill at rash field. those all three will be open through 9:00 tonight and 9:00 tomorrow night. for now, live in fells point,
ABC
Oct 26, 2012 6:00pm EDT
for the absolute worse. brian kuebler is live in fells point where preparations are underway and folks are getting the sand. i hear a bag piper out there. >> i can't explain the bag pipers. i want to show you the scene that's going on. this is a sand pile. more people are starting to get off work this evening, coming down here, we know you seen the two stories like this before. we seen similar i have yes of the supplies. it's repetitiveness that breeds preparedness. >> we dos it happs. everybody be prepared, everybody listens to what they tell you to do, we will be okay. >> reporter: barbara lisped and prepared added batteries and water to he shopping list today. >> how much water is left? >> there is no water, there was -- on the top shelf. >> you grabbed two. >> id that manager get it. i couldn't reach it. that's what people are buying, water republican exactly what the city is trying to prevent. earlier this afternoon, baltimore dutched sand the in fells point as eager business owners and residents looked on. >> they are dumping sand. the bags are there, they are getting ready for it. >> how m
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 5:00pm EDT
. >> a pasadena man lost his life yesterday when a tree fell on his home. >> brian kuebler spoke to his son. there's no way you can prepare for it. >> reporter: sandy took three lives, one of them in pasadena. the scene almost as tragic as the story. the 7700 block of suit drive has become an attraction, but for the family of 74-year-old donald con aado. >> he lived here. >> the son told us about his father, an jar. as his son boards up, he is haunted by the very last conversation the two had. >> i was standing in the doorway talking to him about it. he said what's the matter, son. he said i'm a little uptight. the trees are swaying. what's your big concern? he said a tree might fall. >> it happened last night. he was the only one in the home at the time. it took rescue crews almost 12 hours to remove the tree and get inside. >> absolutely. nothing else you can say other than it's a freak accident. severe weather. its with a rather large tree. a danger his son feared, now living the grim reality eye guess hindsight is 20/20. >> where do you go from here? >> well, we give them a place to rest and t
ABC
Oct 5, 2012 5:00pm EDT
are winning at the same time. i want to bring in brian kuebler. we're walking around like zombies. we can't wait for 8:37. >> there's a weird image. no one would look you in the eye, a very nervous anxiousness. let's show you what we found. >> utah street is lined with egg shells. >> no one wants to talk about it. >> reporter: there's a quite anxiety at the yard today, almost eerie, really. it's been 15 years and this franchise finds itself one game away. regardless of this team's record, a playoff game would pung wait this remarkable season. >> you don't want to spoil it. >> reporter: which is why there is not much baseball talk. this hat is about all he wants to show. he, like everyone else is tiptoeing so as not to disturb the baseball reality and fantasy, letting all passers by know this could get real. >> jinxing if i put it on tv. >> i think you can put it on. i like his attitude. we're hopeful. >> so i can show it on tv. >> yes. >> baltimore will not get mad at me. >> no. blame it on those young men putting that sign up there oar loor let's hope there's no blame to go around. >> re
ABC
Oct 5, 2012 6:00pm EDT
's make it or break it. >> in fewer than three hours, the o's will take on the rangers. do or die. brian kuebler, if you listen to our news room, you know why. everybody seems highed up. i can see bryan's face. everybody is wound up for this thing. >> who wouldn't be smiling. it's going to be a huge game, an awesome game. we're here on federal hill. >> one, two, three. >> how you doing, cal. where will you be watching the game? >> either here or across the street at mother's. what do you think? is this your first time going through something like this for playoffs? >> it is. nothing i can say. >> really confident we're doing to pull it out. come here. she's the manager of the bar. you started when the orioles started winning in july. this is the first. look at the crowd. >> we're doing well. >> all right. can you feel it? it's a good time to be in business. >> yes. >> reporter: where's that yankees fan. we'll see you here sunday night. how's everybody? >> o''s win. >> reporter: how old are you? you don't even know. thanks a lot. on a count of three -- one, to, three. >> o's! >> reporter:
ABC
Oct 23, 2012 5:00pm EDT
, child abuse. >> but it may be having a positive effect. brian kuebler is live with one nonprofit's unsuccessful campaign. the baltimore child abuse center price care for victims of child abuse. a large part of this runs on donations and the most recent one is exceeding expectations. at party city on york road near towson, a dollar added to their much that goes directly to the baltimore child abuse center. >> they're saying, yes, we want to be a part of this and yes we want to make a difference. >> reporter: jennifer sacks is the owner of 11 stores and said this campaign has raised nearly $50,000 sense they started it in sent. the result far surpassing what they anticipated. >> when they come to the register, they're asked to make a donation. it's left open. weave seen $17 and $2 donations and some that hit $100 and in between. >> it's exceeded all of our expectat the executive director of the center is surprised and excited to see the amount of pledges already paid pie party city customers, a success he believes is driven by one of the worst sex abuse scandals. >> when they see p
ABC
Oct 29, 2012 5:30pm EDT
the maryland emergency agency, they're standing by and ready to act. >> brian kuebler is standing boy at mema headquarters with the latest. >> sandy is picking up speed and strength. it will make landfall between 8 and 10 p.m., which is unfortunate because high tide is scheduled for 8:25. it will be six feet higher. the bay bridge is closed. the at many bridge is closed -- hatem bridge is closed. the 95, the susquehanna is looking close to being closed. they're looking at 85 miles an hour. when that happens it will be closed. tomorrow the governor said mta metro will not run, buses, light rails. also no early voting tomorrow. he said he will try and figure out when we can make up those hours. but for a third day in a row early voting will be closed and state government will be closed for a second day in a row. right now there are about 75,000 people without power in the state of maryland. that is going to continue. we'll have another briefing from governor o'malley at 9:30 this evening. reporting from reisterstown. >> joanne wrote in downtown already has cars under water. >>> all
ABC
Oct 29, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. >> definitely, as the storm moves ashore. let's check in with abc2 news brian kuebler. he is at mema headquarters. brian? >> reporter: hey, kelly, how are you? we're waiting on the governor and will talk to him in a few minutes and do a one-on-one interview. we'll have new information for you from the governor. from the last briefing he said sandy is coming quicker. a few bridges have been closed, tydings, 95, the big interstate that runs through the state is close to being closed. i ran outside real quick. the wind gusts, the wind is coming quickly. tomorrow -- pushing forward to tomorrow, mta metro closed, buses, light rail, everything closed tomorrow. state government is closed and there will be no early voting again for the third straight day tomorrow. they said they will make those hours up coming up soon. they have to figure out how they will do that. so far right now about 75,000 people without power. the governor should have more information at 9:30. again, in a few minutes we'll join you with a one-on-one interview with the governor and other details that have popped up in t
ABC
Oct 8, 2012 5:00pm EDT
tonight, i think a couple of them but this one is really ironic. brian kuebler bumped into a family and has more on utah street. brian? >> reporter: this remarkable season is one thing but the blackout of 14 straight long years finally ended with this fan base being able it seat pomp and circumstance of the first playoff home game in that amount of time. >> reporter: seeing is absolutely believing. the pregame introduction, the jam packed orange clad stands, the deaf finning -- deafening o of 38,000 strong. now this is real. baltimore fans old and young finally woke up from the coma. >> it's been a tough few years. >> ever since he's been born, they haven't made the playoffs. it's been a dormant orioles fan. >> reporter: and that was by design for father pat adams to wetness the pageantry of a fran cheese re-- franchise reborn. >> it was great, rewarding, being an orioles fan all these years. >> reporter: and it was just one opportunity over these two games. tickets, as we know, are all of a sudden hard to come by, but not if you're jim thome's family. we ran into thome's dad, broth
ABC
Oct 1, 2012 5:00pm EDT
. and they have caps. they'll have more. hoodies are ordered and all sorts of stuff. >> brian kuebler, the model. >> whether it's game night or not, we want to be your destination for all the latest orioles news. just head to abc2news.com/orioles. you can upload your score. >> october. >> before we get to the playoffs, the orioles and with three games left to go we're on the road with the birds. >> new moms, listen to this. you bet are stock in on your diapers. we could be in for a diaper shortage. >> and tonight the fine folks from the university of maryland medical center are taking your phone calls concerning breast cancer. you'll hear from a doctor and we'll find out more. think pink. >> starting october 1st. we'll be right back. krystal conwell : we see a lot of problems with the... number of students that we have. resources. materials. things that the children need... on a day-to-day basis. anncr: question seven will help. the department of legislative services says question seven... will mean hundreds of millions of dollars... for schools...from gaming revenues that would have... gone to
ABC
Oct 9, 2012 5:00pm EDT
was shot noted had and found in the street sunday night. brian kuebler has the story of a girl whose life was lost before she could find her way. >> reporter: ahjee harrod's body was found, shot in the head, but police and her family don't know why or who pulled that trigger. it was a feared outcome for her mother and cousins who said she was bang to head down the wrong road. harrod was developing a juvenile record, all things her family tried tirelessly to turn around. detectives said her purse and phone were next to her which rules out robbery but also opens up many other questions. >> we want the facts to unfold for themselves. robbery is not a mettive, but we just don't know. >> reporter: new at 6, we'll hear from harrod's family. in the meantime if you know anything about who or why she was kaled call homicide. >>> 119 cases and at least 11 deaths. that's the latest total for the meningitis outbreak which has impacted 10 states including maryland. it is tied back to steroid shots made by a pharmacy in massachusetts. the pharmacy board has accepted the surrender of the license. lawmak
ABC
Oct 9, 2012 6:00pm EDT
if she would have made it. >> reporter: in east baltimore, brian kuebler, abc2 news. >> police have very little evidence to go mon in this case f you know anything about what happened to her call 410-396-2100. >>> a local cemetery is having big problems with thefts. roosevelt leftwich explains how thieves are stealing urns right off the graves. >> reporter: thieves took several different heavy bronze urns down in brooklyn park. now according to authorities, depending on the size of the urn they weigh anywhere from two to three pounds a and cost anywhere from $600 to $700 but the bronze is only worth $1.69 a pound. the thefts were scattered around the cemetery but police say this isn't the first time that cedar hill was robbed. >> the same cemetery almost a month eying-- ago. we had almost 30 information tor northwest district. these are people's memories. this is important to people, very meaning full. >> the company spokesperson said they are saddened by these thefts. she said they are asking families to contact them immediately. this -- they're offering to replace them with ones made o
ABC
Oct 17, 2012 6:00pm EDT
their voices should be heard. >> in bel air, brian kuebler. >> now the ball's back in wal-mart's court and is expected to spread. >> right now the wal-mart story is one of the hottest stories on the web and facebook page. we want you to weigh in, too head to facebook. would you fight through traffic on plum tree road or do you think it's not worth it? >> if you live in the randallstown area, they had a grand opening. >>> weather wise, beautiful clear skies still over baltimore, over maryland tonight, comfortable weather. the air temperatures will be dropping slowly as winds have turned southerly. the numbers are still in the low 60s. 64 in denton. cooler in sparrows point at 59. in westminster 62 right now. a few clouds across the area. for the most part we're leaf clear across the east. you see a large area of precipitation from minnesota back through central missouri. this line of showers to the south of the main storm coming here tomorrow night. we'll talk about that straight ahead. in the mean teamen joy an awfully pleasant evening. >> he isn't the summer getting to note ends and o
ABC
Oct 24, 2012 5:00pm EDT
in exchange for the charges to be dropped. brian kuebler, abc2 news. >> when news breaks, all you have to do is head to abc2 news.com/mobile to download. >>> two people were abducted at gun point and robbed in one of baltimore's wealthiest neighborhoods. now the search is on to find the person responsible. city police said she was headed to a car when three men grabbed her. >> they approached her at gun point. they ordered her into the vehicle and drove her to an atm in the neighborhood where she withdrew an undisclosed amount of currency. >> about 10 minutes letter a 19-year-old was riding his bike when hit by a car. they robbed him, too. both victims were released unharmed. police say the three men were driving a silver four-door dodge stratus. if you spot the vehicle matching the description, police are asking that you give them a call right away. >>> a huge crime spree has ended with the arrest of tiff teenagers. >> they targeted more than 100 victims and did more than 20,000 worth of damage. jeff hanger has more on what broke the case. >> reporter: russell halterman is charged with stop
ABC
Oct 25, 2012 5:00pm EDT
the names of the victims, soon. brian kuebler, abc2 news. >>> four people died in davidsonville back in january. 19-year-old brittany walker drove the wrong way on a road when the car crashed into a car. he is an -- and the other two passengers died. bre anna his mother gave them alcohol no you pick the kids up from the bus stop and ask if they bee behave on the ride. do you ever ask if the driver is on his best behavior. >>eporter: we uncovered hundreds of local school buses speeding but there could be hundreds more because a lack of oversight means drivers don't have to report we they get caught on camera. our investigation looks specifically at drivers who work for baltimore city and baltimore county public schools. they racked up more than 200 speeding and red light camera violations just like the ones you see here but those districts also pay more than 300 contractors. it's just not in their contracts. >> why don't you require that? >> it's something i will be looking into moving forward. >> i think it's a benefit to us that you notified us and we will use it to our benefit as w
ABC
Oct 29, 2012 11:00pm EDT
indoors. i hope people get the message. >> let's go to brian kuebler, honing out with the officials there. >> reporter: it has been a long day at nema. it will not be the end of the day, there are overnight hours we have to take care of. we are talk to this official from nema. >> evacuations are still going on, law enforcement is still responding to events, we'll be here all night. there are a few less people, but still crowded. most every position in the e. o. c. is field. different people are doing the same thing day shift was doing, monitoring things, getting ready to get rescues and dealing with trailer tractor accidents on 68 in the blizzard. >> you have blizzards in the western part of the state and flood warnings in the eastern part. >> yes, america's weather in miniature, as the governor said. >> throughout the evening, you're monitoring, what is the number one threat? >> flooding issues and power outages and the ramifications. there are some nursing homes on generator power. so we want to make sure the generators are operating properly and we want to keep the essential functions
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 6:00pm EDT
in pasadena, brian kuebler, abc2 news. >> here it suspicious meteorologist wyatt everhart. havre de grace spared, a lot of us spared. phelps point having to go to higher ground. >> then the flooding question will be out have there. we were spared. we projected that the north, north wind would push the water out of the bay, prevent isabelle style flooding, so we're thankful for that. there's nothing like what we saw. take a check of the setup. isabelle -- i'm getting mixed up. isabelle is long gone. sandy having a slight impact. you have to look carefully but if you look carefully north of cumberland right near in south central pennsylvania that is the center of what's left of sandy which, we have post reports, it's going to be all over the place. we think more of a hurricane than a nor'easter, but it still was a hybrid type cyclone but it sure did die downwind wise. this looks more like a nor'easter and that is the mixed type of prescription we're seeing. heavy snow still in the appalachians, including garrett county, which was up to 26 inches of snow. look at this locally, cold air. so w
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